This depends on the brand and model number of the remote starter. If it is actually an Autostart brand remote starter, you can download the install manual at their website and it will tell you how to reprogram the transmitters.
if it's manual some wont start or should say majority of it wont start, if it was made by factory they might disable it on a manual for safety issues, if it's an auto the wire might came off from the remote module or the battery on the remote is dead. You could also use remote start on manual to if you like, but dealership wont install it for you i highly doubt it. Take it to a shop that install remote starter or alarms, they might be able to make it work for you but it'll be at your own risk for doing it.
Lots of places install them. Shops that install radios in vehicles will usually sell and install remote starters. Call around.
You can install a remote, but you will require the needed inputs. a USB remote input is not that expensive, and will be a cinch to install.
Hello try the web site for bulldog security, they have the wiring diagrams for most of the vehicles, they sell remote starters and alarms, good luck.
im pretty sure it is. because if you leave your car in 1st then you could risk ramming it into something in front of you.
Remote Install Mac OS X was created on 2008-02-12.
bulldogsecurity.com For any other make/model/year go to bulldogsecurity.com and click Vehicle Wiring Diagrams.
mine only had central had to install remote entry afterwards mine only had central had to install remote entry afterwards